It is now possible to re-open meetings as long as the premises has enough space to allow scocial distancing and the maximum number of attendees does not exceed ten people. The “Online Meetings” page will indicate which meetings are physically open.
Please check our “group pages” as there are now meetings that are now physically open. There are in place a number of online meetings using Zoom. To find out more about Zoom and how you can connect to online meeting click this link : Zoom Online Meeting Setup
To join meetings click on the Zoom link a few minutes before the meeting begins.
|Monday||11h.00 – 12h.00||https://zoom.us/j/795057474||Montpellier|
|Monday||12h.45 – 14h.15||https://zoom.us/j/83462491401||Saintes|
|Monday||19h.00 – 20h.30||https://zoom.us/j/85331387111||Périgueux|
|Monday||20h.00 – 21h00||https://zoom.us/j/86588894038||Auch|
|Tuesday||18h.30 – 20h.00||https://zoom.us/j/503164363||Civray|
|Wednesday||19h.30 – 21h.00||https://zoom.us/j/85331387111||Périgueux|
|Thursday||12h.00 – 13h.00||https://zoom.us/j/84013307278||Toulouse|
|Thursday||18h.00 – 19h.30||https://zoom.us/j/667376610||Montpellier|
|Friday||18h.30 – 20h.00||https://zoom.us/j/503164363||Civray|
On each of our pages (menu item ‘Group Pages’) are contact details that can be used to call and find help and advice if you have a problem with alcohol – we are still here and can help if you wish to contact us.
The majority of our online meetings require a password to access them. If you require the password please fill in the form and you will be emailed a response within 15 minutes.
If you experience any difficulty telephone one of the numbers below.
- Bill: 06 14 27 21 90
- Dan: 06 41 66 38 40
“Every A.A. group ought to be fully self-supporting, declining outside contributions.”
We are able to accept 7th tradition contributions using PayPal. Click on the donation button to make a 2, 3 or 5€ contibution.
To make a 7th tradition contribution using PayPal please click on the donation button below.
We have created some pdf files which by clicking on the links below are to help with online meetings and using Zoom, and guidlines when attending online meetings. Meeting Resources lists the Preamble, How It Works, Promises and Serenity Prayer for those that would like to use it.
There is also a link to a YouTube Video by Zoom which maybe of help understanding the icon Menu used by Zoom.
Click on link : Using Zoom and participating in meetings
Click on link : Meeting Resources
Cick on Link : Zoom YouTube Video
If you have difficulties due to alcohol, or you are affected because someone you know or love is having difficulties, you will find here information which may help you.
Simply click on the “Where to find” button in the menu list to open up a map of the locations of our meetings, some of which are bilingual and can also cater for French speakers. Click on highlighted locations to find details of English speaking AA meetings, groups and contacts in Aquitaine, Midi-Pyrenées, Poitou-Charentes, Limousin and Languedoc-Roussillon.
If you have a problem due to alcohol and are seeking help then any of the contacts identified within this site will be willing to listen and offer assistance. Whether you are resident or a visitor to our regions of France help is only a phone call away.
Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.
The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no dues or fees for AA membership, we are self supporting through our own contributions.
AA is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organisation or institution; does not wish to engage in any controversy, neither endorses not opposes any causes.
Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety.
Do you have a partner, relative or friend with a drinking problem?
For every person who misuses alcohol it is estimated that at least 5 other people are affected. These include partners, parents, children and friends.
It can be very difficult for family members to live with and care about a person who misuses alcohol, without sacrificing their own health and happiness.
However, this does not mean that the situation is hopeless. Family members and friends of alcoholics can get help for themselves. Please press the button “Al-Anon” for further information.